these enormous structures that salvage crews have built around it. they've been working 24 hours a day, seven days a week preparing to finally roll it upright, then float it out of here. probably not until the fall. today you talked to the survivors of this and for them, the emotional aspect is just as present, just as strong. there's a lot of anger toward the company that this happened at all and also they say for the way they were treated immediately after the wreck. on sunday there will be a memorial service for the 32 who did not make it off this ship safely. among them, an american couple, a little girl, a woman on her honeymoon. as part of the service there will be a moment of silence, they'll hold a mass. including a piece of the boulder the ship struck causing that enormous gash. they'll put it back in the sea in the place where it originally was. richard? >> nbc's michelle kosinski. thank you. stocks on a roll as the s&p hits a five-year high.